🇮🇱 Israel Calling will be livestreamed tonight!

🇮🇱 Israel Calling will be livestreamed tonight!

Israel Calling, the Eurovision pre-party in Tel Aviv, is set to take place tonight. And good news for those who can’t go: the show will be livestreamed. The livestream will be available to watch via the Israel Calling Facebook page. This is one of a number of Eurovision pre-parties across Europe, which you can read more about here.

Israel Calling

About the pre-party: Israel Calling is a multi-day event in Tel Aviv, Israel that first took place in 2016. This year the event started March 5, and will wrap up March 8. The highlight of Israel Calling are the live performances, which will take place tonight, March 7. 24 Eurovision artists will be performing live at the Menora Mivtachim Arena. The last time the pre-party was organized was back in 2018, but now it is finally back for 2022.

Acts: 24 Eurovision acts have been confirmed for tonight. They are:

  • Ronela Hajati (Albania)
  • Rosa Linn (Armenia)
  • Sheldon Riley (Australia)
  • LUM!X feat. Pia Maria (Austria)
  • Nadir Rustamli (Azerbaijan)
  • Intelligent Music Project (Bulgaria)
  • Mia Dimšić (Croatia)
  • We Are Domi (Czech Republic)
  • STEFAN (Estonia)
  • Alvan & Ahez (France)
  • Circus Mircus (Georgia)
  • Malik Harris (Germany)
  • Brooke (Ireland)
  • Michael Ben David (Israel)
  • Monika Liu (Lithuania)
  • Citi Zēni (Latvia)
  • Emma Muscat (Malta)
  • Zdob și Zdub & Frații Advahov (Moldova)
  • Vladana (Montenegro)
  • Andrea (North Macedonia)
  • Ochman (Poland)
  • WRS (Romania)
  • Konstrakta (Serbia)
  • Kalush Orchestra (Ukraine)

Venue: The live performances of Israel Calling will take place at the Menora Mivtachim Arena in Tel Aviv.

Tickets: Tickets are still available for purchase and can be bought via Leaan tickets.

Israel’s Eurovision Journey

Israel has a long and wealthy history in the Eurovision Song Contest, making their debut in 1973 with Ilanit and “Ey Sham”. Their first entry scored 97 points, placing 4th. Israel has since gone on to win the Contest on four separate occasions – in 1978, 1979, 1998 and 2018.

Eden Alene returned to represent Israel in 2021 after the coronavirus pandemic meant that she was not able to perform in Rotterdam the previous year. Alene scored 93 points and finished in 17th place with her song “Set Me Free”.

Are you excited for the performances? WIll you be attending it, or watching the livestream? As always, let us know what you think in the comments below or on social media. Don’t forget to follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ over at FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

News Source: Israel Calling

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